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Smaller Class Sizes

124 Signatures Goal: 250

PETITION Community Consolidated School District 15 Classroom Size This year District 15 has a number of overcrowded classrooms in multiple schools. With 30+ children in one classroom it is very difficult for teachers to provide the quality education and individual student attention needed for success. Program Assistants are helpful, but they can not take the place of certified experienced teachers. Residents in District 15 are deeply concerned about the large class sizes, the quality of education and the equitable distribution of teachers across all grade levels. This petition represents the desire for (1) the Board of Education to revise District 15 class size guidelines and (2) in conjunction with the Superintendents and Principals, to provide additional teachers for the classrooms that exceed the target class size by more than 20%, effective immediately.

Sponsor

Concerned parents and tax payers in Community Consolidated School District 15 (Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Inverness, Hoffman Estates, Arlington Heights, South Barrington, Schaumburg)

Comment

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Signatures

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    Betsy Mensch United States
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    Julie Pawlak United States
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    Tamara Kist United States
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    John Henrikson United States
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    karyn holtz United States
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    Janis Demars United States
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    Anne Walker United States
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    Irene Henrikson United States
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    Virginia Hanson United States
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    Kathleen Lewiston United States
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    Sue Conrad United States
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    Kathy Sauerland United States
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    Oksana Tomashevska United States
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    Jonathan Conway United States
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    Lyn Bremanis United States
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